Josh McClure is bound and determined not to be a one-and-done.
Fulton's 113-pound sophomore was already setting his sights on loftier objectives after acquiring his first state wrestling title with a 6-0 decision over Nevada sophomore Dayton Miller at 113 pounds in Class 2 late Saturday afternoon at Mizzou Arena in Columbia.
McClure claimed his championship after just missing out on a title in his first trip to the state championships last year. McClure was pinned by Odessa's Dakota Miller in the state finals at 106 pounds in 2013.
"One-time state champ, to me, isn't good enough," McClure said Saturday night. "I want to be a three-timer. I was hoping to be a four-timer, but last year messed it up.
"Now I want to be a three-time state champ. I don't want to be a one-time state champ, I don't want to be a two-time state champ - I want to be a three-time. Now I've just got to stay focused, keep my head down, stay humble and just keep working hard."